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Catalina 470
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Description: Catalina 470
Keywords: Catalina 470
 


Author
connellan
Junior Member

Registered: August 2001
Review Date: Tue August 7, 2001 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Very strongly built 27,000 lb boat, excellent quality and construction throughout. Hull speed of 8.6 kts at 18 knots wind, but relatively poor performer in very light wind. Roller furling jib and main work well. Easy to sail for two, but huge cockpit winches can require a lot of effort. 75 hp diesel provides plenty of power. Interior is beautifully done, and very comfortable. Twin wheels in cockpit take some getting used to. Terrific support by Catalina and dealer.
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